Britney: For the Record (2008)

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Documentary about Britney Spears.


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5 September 2010 | unemployedvirgin
| She Was My First Crush, Proud To Know The Woman
A very intimate and eye-opening documentary on the ups and downs of one of the greatest female superstars of my/our generation. I really respect and admire Britney after having viewed this film. Like many, when tragedy was at her front door I thought she had lost it with the head shaving and "bad mother" allegations. But this movie alone proves to me that she's still that sweet, fun loving girl that the world first fell in love with. Her charisma and dedication profoundly shines a radiant glow when being interviewed on various life experiences.

The cinematography and editing should be heavily praised, a very candid approach that had me glued to the screen. As the viewer you really get an inside look at just how hard it is to maintain the facade of happiness when surrounded by constant media pressure and attempts to tarnish a person's hope. I got to see a lot of sides to Ms. Spears that I don't think many have, for one she has a great sense of humour and a positive attitude that reflects inspiration to its audience.

For anyone who has questions on what really happened to her in the last 5 - 8 years. I recommend you find a copy of this. Great biographical journey that leaves you with two key thoughts. 1) What has become of human society as a whole when the naturally gifted are turned into our slaves of entertainment and pass time gossip. And 2) The amazing resilience of one individual to keep on walking the long road despite overcoming so many obstacles

10 out of 10, great movie making, a must see for any fan or aspiring musician

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Written by
Christian Karlsson, Pontus Winnberg, Henry Jonback (as Henrik Jonback), Balewa Muhammad, Candice C. Nelson (as Candice Nelson), Ezekiel Lewis (as Ezekiel "Zeke" Lewis) and Patrick J. Que Smith (as Patrick "J. Que" Smith)
Performed by Britney Spears (uncredited)


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